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Episode 11 - Interview with Philip Jacobs

Curator on the Go Podcast

Release Date: 11/14/2019

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Hello! You are listening to Curator on the Go Podcast! Today, I had the pleasure of speaking to Toronto-based mental and spiritual health advocate, sound therapist and musician Philip Jacobs.

His first real Love and Relationship is with Music, Sound, and Vibration. He later graduated from Toronto’s Institute of Traditional Medicine and had extended training and practical experience in China and Guatemala. Philip combines his love of music with his training in Herbal Medicine, Mindfulness, Relational Psycho-Somatic Therapy and experience with Sound Therapy to create and facilitate a unique client experience. He is deeply committed to helping create the necessary space and connectivity to allow clients to draw from their inner wisdom to facilitate self-healing.

Currently, Philip is returning to his roots of Song Composition, Recording and Performing and is working on releasing an album in support of his Mental and Spiritual Health Advocacy.

Stay till the end of the episode as I have a surprise for you. Phil was kind enough to share a clip of his song in progress for us to enjoy. He is so gifted and multitalented! I am really excited to share Phil’s story and beautiful soul with you today!

You can learn more about Philip at: 

http://torontosoundtherapy.com/

https://soundcloud.com/philip-jacobs-209976131

 

You can learn more about the host at:

http://curatoronthego.com/

https://www.instagram.com/curatoronthego/

 

Thank you insta-art.ca for supporting curator on the go podcast. insta-art.ca is a Canadian online art platform that helps bring your photos to life in the form of high-quality acrylic prints. 

Want to be an Insta-Art Artist? Submit your photos, artwork or graphics at www.insta-art.ca/artists. You will be credited for your creative property and receive 10% commission on every print sold at insta-art.ca! Custom prints are also available for artists looking to sell independently!